Category Archives: Procrastination

9 Habits of People Who Are Always on Time

If you’re in a constant struggle with the clock, these solutions will help you master your schedule Some people get their daily dose of cardio by running into every meeting saying, “Sorry I’m late!” While it might seem like chronic … Continue reading

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5 Ways to Motivate Yourself to Work Harder

Most of the time there’s no mystery to success–it comes down to simply putting in the hours and the sweat. But as we all know, the gap between knowing what’s required and actually getting yourself to do it can be … Continue reading

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3 ways to stop procrastinating

Answer by John Chan, designer and founder of Dayboard, on Quora. 1) Write a daily to do list Long to do lists don’t get done. They make us feel overwhelmed and even guilty if we know we’ve been putting them … Continue reading

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Zen and the art of procrastination

Completing tasks and crossing them off the ubiquitous “to-do” list is a great feeling. But what about those nagging tasks we keep putting off? What’s the difference between those jobs that get completed and those that do not? The answer … Continue reading

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20 Things to Say That Will Improve Your Life

The biggest problem with deciding to do something is deciding to wait to do it. Why put off doing something you really want to do? Anything worth doing is worth doing now. Here are 20 things you need to say … Continue reading

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Neurotics don’t just avoid action: They dislike it

PHILADELPHIA (April 22, 2014) – That person we all seem to know who we say is neurotic and unable to take action? Turns out he or she isn’t unable to act but simply doesn’t want to. A study of nearly … Continue reading

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